1 August 2017 News

New Enza Zaden subsidiary in South Africa

 

Enza Zaden opens office in South Africa

 

The international vegetable seed company Enza Zaden from the Netherlands is launching its operations in South Africa.

 

Enza Zaden South Africa Commercial (Pty) Ltd will officially start its operations on 1st August 2017. The company is located at Route 21 Corporate Park, in Centurion. “We are ready to service our customers,” says Matome Ramokgopa, General Manager of Enza Zaden South Africa Commercial. “We have a solid team with a great deal of expertise, a powerful logistic system and sufficient stock in place. Growers will have the benefit of both local and international product support for our excellent vegetable varieties.”

 

Team

A strong regional management team serves Northern, Central and Southern areas. From 1 August 2017, customers can place their orders at orders.RSA@enzazaden.com and with their relevant area manager:

 

Northern Region

Johan Stassen for orders from Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces at J.Stassen@enzazaden.com

 

Central Region

Michael Pinto for orders from Gauteng, North West, Kwa Zulu Natal and the Free State Provinces at M.Pinto@enzazaden.com

 

Southern Region

Paddy De Vries for orders from Western, Northern and Eastern Cape Provinces at P.deVries@enzazaden.com

 

Website

“Our website www.enzazaden.co.za is up and running and gives everyone access to our local product catalogues and brochures,” says Matome. The website provides an abundance of information about Enza Zaden, its history and current developments.

General enquiries can be sent to info.RSA@enzazaden.com

 

About Enza Zaden

Enza Zaden is an internationally leading vegetable-breeding company. The independent family company develops new varieties of more than 30 international and local vegetable crops all over the world. Among those crops are lettuce, tomato, sweet pepper, cucumber, radish and onion, whose seeds are produced and sold worldwide. By way of illustration: every year, Enza Zaden’s lettuce seed is used to grow around 20 billion heads of lettuce. The vegetable-breeding company invests large sums of money – thirty percent of its annual turnover - in research and development. And that pays off in the form of a constant flow of innovations on the global market.

 

In South Africa, Enza Zaden began making their mark with F1 hybrid onions more than twenty years ago and today the company is a well-known brand with leading vegetable growers.